According to students who were on a school bus that crashed in Vernon, Connecticut, the school bus driver appeared sleepy and may have fallen asleep right before the accident.
A couple from Texas was recently awarded $13.78 in an online libel case.
I just listened to a great discussion online about Parenting Plans. Specifically, it focused on the following:
The Department of Children and Families has changed the way they respond to allegations of abuse or neglect.
Last week, a Connecticut trooper was injured in a car accident caused by a wrong-way driver. The driver was going northbound in the southbound lane of I-95. He hit a police cruiser and another car, injuring himself as well as causing head injuries and arm injuries to the trooper. According to state police, the trooper had been asked to block the highway after someone reported the wrong-way driver.
In a defamation case, a plaintiff has to prove the following:
After a divorce decree has been entered, the circumstances of the former spouses creating a need to modify the original support award. The most common reasons for requesting a modification are financial - especially in the current economy, where many people have had their work hours reduced, been laid off or lost their jobs.
In the wake of the defective product lawsuits lodged against Toyota, the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) has called for new rules to make brake-override systems standard in new cars. More than 10 million vehicles, including Toyota's Camry and Lexus' ES300, were recalled due to the possibility of accelerator pedals being trapped under floor mats.
There is little doubt that collaborative divorce is becoming more of an accepted concept amongst the family bar.
New law creating big troubles - Public Act 11-93.
It is not easy but in certain situations, it is possible.
I have been involved in countless DCF Investigations in which child abuse is alleged.
It is not easy to go through a divorce. It can be emotional, stressful and full of uncertainty. So just imagine how your children feel.